The Maynooth grant considered religiously, morally, and politically :
with documentary proof that it was orginally obtained by fraud and perjury; and that its continuance is a subsidy to idolatry and sedition ... including extracts from ... speeches ... on the subject ... and in an addenda and appendix, a practiacl exemplification of its effects in "The says and doings" of the Romish priests ... during the recent election ...
|Main Creator:||Hardy, Philip Dixon, 1794?-1875.|
|Published / Created:||
Dublin : P.D. Hardy, 
OKE 835 is inscribed by the author.
With author's inscription.
Physical description: xii, 250 p. ; 22 cm. (8vo)
OKE 835: O'Kelley Gift
|Call Number||View in||Collection|
|Ir 32341 h 4||Main Reading Room||Irish|
|OKE 835||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||O'Kelley|
|P 1812(1)||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|